Python String istitle()

Python string istitle() method is a built-in function that returns True if the string is a title case. Otherwise, it returns false.

What is titlecase?

 A title case is a capitalization style used for titles where the first letter of each word is in uppercase, and the remaining letter is in lowercase.

istitle() Syntax

The syntax of istitle() method is:

string.istitle()

istitle() Parameters

The istitle() method doesn’t take any parameters.

 istitle() Return value

The istitle() method returns:

  • True if the string is titlecased
  • False if the string is not titlecased or empty string

Example 1: Python string istitle() working examples

# Title case string
text1 = "Python Tutorials"
print(text1.istitle())

# First character is lowercase
# Non titlecase
text2= "hello World"
print(text2.istitle())

# one word title case
text3= "Itsmycode"
print(text3.istitle())

# Empty string non titlecase
text4=""
print(text4.istitle())

# Both the words has uppercase
#in the middle
text5= "PythoN TutoriALS"
print(text5.istitle())

#title case string
text6="123 Is Number"
print(text6.istitle())

Output

True
False
True
False
False
True

Example 2: Program to check if the string is titlecase

# Title case string
text1 = "Python Tutorials"
if(text1.istitle()):
    print("String is titlecase")
else:
    print("String is not titlecase")

# First character is lowercase
# Non titlecase
text2= "hello World"
if(text2.istitle()):
    print("String is titlecase")
else:
    print("String is not titlecase")

Output

String is titlecase
String is not titlecase
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